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This is not a printed pattern.  This is a digital download.  You will receive several files immediately sent to the email used to order.  You will receive several letter size files:  How to print, the front and back cover of the pattern, and the sewing instructions.  You will also receive 2 A0 size files that are meant to be printed at a copy shop or on your home printer by using the "poster" option in Adobe Acrobat.  There is one file that contains sizes 34-46 and another that contains sizes 48-58.  This files are size selectable.  This means you can print just the size(s) you want.

Men’s Sack or Lounge Jacket:  Single Breasted—approximately 1860 to 1900.  This pattern is a subset of 116 and only contains the pattern pieces and instructions for View A as pictured.  If you have pattern 116 you already have the pieces and instructions for this version.  However you may not have the size selectable version.  This pattern is size selectable which means you can print only the size you want.
This jacket is copied from period examples in the author’s collection.
View A is a single breasted Sack or Lounge Jacket with a two piece back, side back seams, a single breasted front with a dart under the arm.  As shown it has a welt breast pocket, a flap ticket pocket on the right side and two flap pockets.  The front is curved at the bottom and buttons high at the neck as was fashionable at the time.  The sleeves are two piece.  The jacket is fully lined and has an internal breast pocket.   Fabric:  Wool—Plain weave, striped, checked, tweed, houndstooth, novelty weave.  Linen or seersucker.  Lining:  Period is silk twill, silk satin, polished cotton.  Modern is polyester.  Pocketing is any sturdy cotton.  Sleeve lining is traditionally white fabric with small width stripes in colors.  Interfacing:  Fusible hair canvas for the front, fusible knit for the rest.  Fusible stay tape.  View A Notions:  Four 3/4” buttons, four 1/2” buttons.  All Views:  Shoulder pads and optional chest pads.

116-A Men's Sack or Lounge Jacket Victorian Edwardian

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